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There’s a restaurant called ‘Gandhi’, jointly owned by a Pakistani and an Indian. The Mahatma would be pleased.
By Prabha Chandran
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The states of the nation: news, headlines, gossip, rumours, things we learnt
The Reviews
It’s still a celebration of India, not a putdown.
10 Questions
Renu Modi has been an art gallery owner for 26 years and she is playing host to an all women’s art exhibition. Her first exhibit was of the late M.F. Hussain.
Gossip
The stuff Arindam Sengupta loved to read and Stephen Fry's tip to writers with a block.
Column
Business in bitesizes
All the chatter from around the world.
Cover Story
cover story
Fed up with troubled marriages, women in Kashmir are seeking divorce and getting it—from regular and Sharia courts
Interview
“Women Should Come Forward And Live With Dignity And Equal Rights As Men”
The man who has brought quick divorce settlements to many aggrieved women in J&K on the sudden spurt in divorce cases in the Valley.
Priyadarshini Sen Interviews Nasir-ul-Islam
National
rohith vemula
The deeper you go into the Rohith Vemula story, the more you find dignity. Outside it, pettiness still rules.
Interview
‘They Didn’t Dare Visit The Campus’
The chairman of the National Commission for Scheduled Castes on BJP's tokenism for Dalits and the IB's manipulated report on Rohith Vemula's death
Bula Devi Interviews P.L. Punia
Opinion
In The Dark Of His Troubles
The text of Rohith Vemula’s suicide note holds the key to understanding his death. It doesn’t speak like those who claim to speak for him.
Balbir K. Punj
Opinion
Parrikar and Doval talk, but terror demands action
controversy
Beef in the bathroom? Dadri sees an echo in Dewas: except, the cops arrived.
Opinion
What will Arunachal Pradesh be like under President’s rule? Will it be able to retain its fierce spirit during these uncertain times?
pearl scam
Remaining below the radar for over 20 years, the Pearl group has raked in crores, leaving investors in hot water. How did it happen?
pearl scam
The Pauper Tigers
Why do ponzi schemes invariably own media?
up/lokayukta
At last UP has a Lokayukta, after three SC deadlines broken
Opinion
Is being a celeb enough to deserve an award now?
Leader Comment
Its churlish desire to ensure the previous government does not get credit has robbed policy-making of its credibility and gravity.
The Insider
A regular column on the essential buzz
International
US ELECTIONS
In Donald Trump season, here comes a wildcard: a plodding, avowed socialist!
Business
Investor summits
Why does it sound familiar captains of industry praise a state to high heavens? Why, because they say exactly the same things everywhere!
Society
A random sample from the British periodicals
Sports
Leader Comment
For the inspiration she brings to women athletes all over this country
Eat, Pray, Live
How to work up that perfect sweat and the best pre-workout snack
Arts & Entertainment
regional cinema
A Bangalorean theatre legend takes Bollywood by storm with his debut role.
The Reviews
All about the Indian Art Fair...
Jashn-e-Rekhta, a play written by Karnad and directed by Lillete Dubey and one of the oldest Sufi festivals
Books
Review
Essays by young feminists speak true, but could have spoken sharper
Lopa Ghosh on I Call Myself A Feminist Edited By Victoria Pepe et al
Review
A timely reminder of political intrigues that play out in the national capital.
Uttam Sengupta on Bloodshed In Punjab By G.S. Chawla
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